Welcome to our recipes section!
Going zero waste usually implies cooking, and if you don't know what or how to cook, don't worry, we got your covered.
Our recipes are balanced and healthy (well, maybe not our desserts!), all vegetarian, some of them being vegan - and of course, all of them tasty!
These are all dishes that I (Gwen) make for myself on a daily basis, so they are quite foolproof :)
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I love making risottos! They’re easy to make and very tasty, and can be adapted to any season. Here we have the perfect autumn risotto: the butternut squash and maple syrup sweetness offsets the strong taste of the goat cheese. … Continue reading
…and maple syrup! Nope, there is no escaping my Canadian twists 🙂 On top of obviously making the cake sweet, maple syrup also adds its specific flavour to the cake. It’s the perfect recipe if you have bananas that are … Continue reading
Lots of people do not usually like chicory, as it is usually very bitter. I’ve only ever seen it served with ham and even then, I wasn’t a fan. But thanks to this vegetarian recipe, I managed to reconcile my … Continue reading
The ‘pâté chinois’ is a staple of French-Canadian cuisine. Similar to French ‘hachis parmentier’ or Anglo-saxon ‘sherpherd’s pie’, it usually consists of potatoes, veal meat and cream corn. Cream corn can easily be found pre-made in North American supermarkets but … Continue reading
Millet deserves more love! This cereal needs way less water to grow than quinoa and can easily replace semolina in most recipes – and of course, it can also be used as replacement for dessert rice, which is what we’re … Continue reading
Have you ever cooked red quinoa? The texture and tastes are quite different from white quinoa, it usually stays slightly crunchy and has a stronger taste. I’d usually make this recipe with a buttercup squash, but they are actually quite … Continue reading